As Greece remains in lockdown, the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on the country's economy is becoming clearer.
The Bank of Greece (BoG) has made its first estimate of the impact of the coronavirus on the property market in Greece while outlining the positive year enjoyed by the sector in 2019.
The impact of the coronavirus, which has led to the shuttering of most retail stores, has also prompted a sharp drop in online sales according to a new survey.
As the impact from the coronavirus spreads across Europe, the consequences are already being felt across Greece’s vital tourism sector with fears growing that the summer season could be lost.
The Hellenic Chamber of Hotels (HCH) has released a survey showing the first estimations of the impact on Greece’s hotel industry due to the coronavirus epidemic.
Mergers and acquisitions rose significantly in Greece in 2019 according to data collected by PricewaterhouseCoopers Greece (PWC), which points to improving investor and business appetite in the country.
Greece enjoyed a record year for exports in absolute terms according to research released by the Panhellenic Exporters Association (PSA) combining data from the Hellenic Statistical Agency (ELSTAT).
The Greek hotel sector reported strong performance in 2019 with revenues rising by 7.3 percent year-on-year (YoY) according to data presented by the Hellenic Chamber of Hotels (HCH).
The creation of new enterprises in Greece is the lowest in the European Union (EU) according to data from Eurostat, tracking the growth of new businesses in 2017.
Greece’s retail market suffered a loss of over 14 billion euros across the crisis years according to data presented by the Hellenic Confederation of Entrepreneurship and Commerce (ESEE).